FCPD RECAP February 10, 2017
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No significant events to report.
TRAFFIC STOP/WARRANT SERVICE/NARCOTICS/ARREST: 8700 block of Richmond Highway, 2/9/17, around 11:25 p.m. Neighborhood Patrol units were on Richmond Highway when they saw someone in a car who they recognized as having several outstanding warrants. A traffic stop was conducted and further investigation revealed the driver, Lavonte Hamilton, 19, of Alexandria, was in possession of heroin. He was arrested and charged with possession of heroin. The passenger, Moises Molina, 26, of no fixed address, had five outstanding warrants on file; he was taken into custody so the warrants could be served. Both men were taken to the Adult Detention Center.
2300 block of Huntington Avenue, beer from business
7700 block of Richmond Highway, liquor from business
7800 block of Richmond Highway, perfume and shoes from business
2000 block of Chain Bridge, wallet from vehicle
2100 block of Glenn Spring Court, purse from vehicle
8400 block of Leesburg Pike, merchandise from business
ARMED ROBBERY: 6000 block of Vista Drive, 2/10/17, around 1 a.m. A 46-year-old man was walking home from work when a man approached him, displayed a knife and demanded cash and his phone. The victim complied and the suspect ran off. He was described as Hispanic, in his mid-30s, wearing a black hooded sweatshirt with white stripes and black pants. The victim did not require medical attention.
6500 block of Columbia Pike, property from residence
6100 block of Leesburg Pike, purse from vehicle
ARMED ROBBERY: 11900 block of Winterthur Lane, 2/9/17, around 10:50 p.m. A 28-year-old man was walking his dog when he saw a woman running away from four men. As they ran past him, one of the suspects stopped and assaulted the man’s dog. Then, all four suspects turned their attention to him; one displayed a knife while the others repeatedly assaulted both him and the dog. They took the victim’s cell phone and fled. The victim sustained minor injuries. The suspects could only be described as Hispanic.
1700 block of Business Center Drive, wallet from residence
13100 block of Foxhunt Lane, property from residence
7700 block of Gunston Plaza, beer from business
5800 block of Kingstowne Center, merchandise from business
9400 block of Lorton Market Street, cash from residence
6500 block of Springfield Towne Center, wallet from vehicle
7200 block of Fullerton Road, wallet from residence
8000 block of Haute Court, property from vehicle
MISSILE INTO AN OCCUPIED DWELLING: 4400 block of Holly Avenue, 2/9/17, around 10:35 p.m. Residents were asleep inside a home when they were awakened by what sounded like gunshots. One of them looked outside and saw a man with a gun run toward the rear of the townhomes. Responding officers searched the area, but the suspect was not located. An investigation determined three rounds had struck the home. The suspect was described as having average build and wore dark-colored clothing. The victim did not require medical attention. Detectives from the Crime Scene Section responded to process the scene. Anyone with information about this incident is asked to call detectives at the Fair Oaks District Station at 703-591-0966, or contact Crime Solvers electronically by visiting www.fairfaxcrimesolvers.org or text-a-tip by texting “TIP187” plus your message to CRIMES(274637), or call Fairfax County Police at 703-691-2131.
12200 block of Fort Buffalo Circle, property from vehicle
13700 block of Sayward Boulevard, credentials from business
CALLS FOR SERVICE SUMMARY
Date Covered: 2/8/17
Total Calls for Service: 1,424
Total Persons Experiencing Mental Crisis Calls for Service: 15
Total Domestic-Related Calls for Service: 35
Total Crash Calls for Service: 105
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